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Old 01-01-2014, 01:04 AM   #1
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M112 need help

Ok so I am In the process of supercharging my 02 3.8 , can anyone help send me a build link or something like a list for the parts I will need, I have found threads before for the m112 setup when doing previous research but I don't know if I'm having a bad day today or I just can't find any lists, thanks
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99-04 M112 Supercharger Installation - MustangForums.com
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YW M112 4 $300
eaton m112 supercharger
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Thanks but I already have the supercharger itself
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Old 01-08-2014, 02:08 PM   #6
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David has a friend who is working on a cooler to sole the heat problem. You should contact him.
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Old 01-08-2014, 02:12 PM   #7
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Do the m112"s really have that bad of a heat problem
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I think the issue is in the south because of hotter temperatures. I am sure it is bad because that is all that is stopping him from installing his M112
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But is it like bad enough where it like melts wiring or vacuum lines type thing or can it like screw up the good from the heat
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The issue may have been he is using a cam and the extra boost causes heat issues. The problem was engine over heat. If David sees the post he should solve my guess work.
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Yeah I only got a stock cam for now , planning on finishing supercharger in spring because I don't want to go hood less in the snow
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Old 01-10-2014, 02:15 AM   #12
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Non-intercooled M112 setups make large amounts of heat.. Intake temps over 200* on 12psi+ which will quickly degrade a motor. Ported blower and intake/heads help to reduce heat as it reduces the restriction. A quick way around the heat is a meth kit, which will drastically reduce iat's, but like nitrous, you become slow when it runs out lol.

As for the kit Luis and I are setting up, it's being delayed by money problems on my end, and fabrication from our welder being out of town frequently (truck driver).
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Old 01-10-2014, 03:01 PM   #13
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You can put a GT scoop on it, but the pulley will still stick out. I don't know how you are doing financially. The Cobra R hoods are on Ebay for $400 shipped. My Cobra R carbon fiber hood was tearing up, so I jumped on this deal a year ago.
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I like the 3 inch cowl hoods I found one on V6mustang for cheap but waiting on seller to confirm the color he has

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If it all comes down to it and can't get a good priced used hood , gt scoop is going to be my route
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I was never good at sculpting so I never tried this. You can measure the length, height, and with need to cover the M112. Take a block of starphone and start sculpting a scoop upside down. Make sure you get all the angles right. Cover with a brush in fiberglass. When it dries cut fiberglass cloth and do 7 more layers. Pressing the cloth with fiberglass resin using a paint roller.
After it dries remove straphone and place on hood. Now grind the bottom with a sander till the hood scoop is flush with the hood. This takes much patients. Start from one corner of one side and work to the other.
Now sculpt a piece of straphone to fit in the corner edges and stick out flat a inch. You are making a flat bottom so it will bolt up. Repeat previous instructions with 7 lavers of fiberglass. When dry put on hood to make sure it is flush. Drill two bolt holes on each side. Remove scoop and run a light coat of bondo on top and sides. Sand, paint, and install.
This is hard, and how to make a custom scoop.
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Sounds extensive
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What kind of gains can you see from the m112 compared to say a Garrett Pt61??
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Old 01-12-2014, 04:28 PM   #18
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That is close to how they are mode from the factory except, the factory has a mold and does not need Bondo.
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Id rather buy the scoop lol much easier for me , not a very good painter
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I've been looking at rivet on hood scoops for my project, looks nice and gives me the clearance I want, just gonna cut a big hole in stock hood.
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